Yes, bitters does have alcohol in it. Bitters is a concentrated blend of fruits, spices, herbs, barks and roots in an alcohol and water base. As of 2014, there are over 100 brands of bitters on the market, each with its ... More »

Make a Manhattan without bitters by simply omitting that ingredient; bitters are always a purely optional component of the drink. Retain the other principal ingredients: whiskey, sweet vermouth and the classic maraschino... More »

In bartender's parlance, a "dash of bitters" is the equivalent to a few drops. In almost all cases, the bitters in question is made by Angostura Limited. More »

Scotch can be mixed with wine, liqueur, juice, soda, bitters, water and other liquids, as well as sweeteners, such as honey and sugar, and spices, such as ginger. Experts recommend using a double-malt scotch, because the... More »

To make a peach cobbler cocktail, mix rye whiskey, bitters, peach nectar, frozen peaches and mint leaves. Combine the ingredients in a cocktail shaker, add a dash of fresh lemon juice, and muddle gently. Pour the content... More »

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The best martini recipes have several factors in common, such as a mixture of gin and vermouth and the addition of bitters and garnish. Olives are an important ingredient in all the best recipes as a garnish. More »

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A Manhattan is a mixed cocktail of rye whiskey, vermouth and bitters. The drink is served in either a martini glass or over rocks in a cocktail glass with a maraschino cherry, orange peel or lemon twist. More »

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